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Launch the Cornell University Library Gateway, the Library's homepage, to learn more about the collections and services offered at the 20 individual libraries that collectively comprise the CU Library.
Visit the newly renovated and expanded John Henrik Clarke Africana Library, located within Cornell University's Africana Studies and Research Center. The collections focus on the social and political dimensions of the history and culture of peoples of African ancestry.
Search the Cornell Library Catalog to find over 7 million books, 65,000 journals, magazines, and newspapers, and 100,000 digital resources - including specialized subject databases, electronic journals, and e-books.
An author search will provide over 50 records for materials by Chinua Achebe, including books, films, sound recordings, and e-books.
A subject heading search on Chinua Achebe will yield a variety of materials about the author and his writings, including a biography, an entire encyclopedia devoted to Chinua Achebe, and numerous works of criticism and interpretation. See the bibliography of Further Readings for more information.
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